CLEVELAND - The Browns lackluster season did not deter thousands of fans from getting together one last time at Cleveland's downtown muni lot for the last tailgate party of the season.
The Browns are wrapping up this season again not getting into the playoffs, but that did not stop devoted fans from having their favorite party.
From corn hole to grilling out to tossing the football to singing and dancing, partygoers were in full costume and regalia. Faces were painted and lots of hooting and hollering were seen, heard and felt.
Surprisingly, most fans do want to see coach Eric Mangini return but he has got to be more flexible in his decision making.
People have faith that team president Mike Holmgren will make the right decision this off season to make this team better. No matter what, the tailgaters will always be there to support their brown and orange.
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